Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Noel espinoza13, Dec 17, 2018.
Is this a red penny sms
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It doesn't look like it in those pictures.
Maybe you could post better pictures.
Is the Penny from a foreign country?..
The US did not strike Penny Coins..
we don need no stinkin' pictures.
If we can't see the coin, we can't tell you.
Let's see a picture of that sms.
Oh yes we can! Even WITHOUT pictures, I can tell somebody new at this that they absolutely do NOT have an SMS 1964 cent! Why? Because they're all known.
Welcome to CT. After you have followed and read the many posts on this forum, you'll get a better idea of how to present your questions. ALWAYS post properly orientated, in focus full obverse and reverse photos of the coin and then close ups of the areas you have a question about. Only in this way can you get the most information from the members.
I see no photos, so this is mostly guessing but, it should be fairly accurate. You most likely don't have an SMS coin. Unless you bought it as a graded and authenticated SMS coin in which case congrats, hope you got a good deal. What you have is a regular business strike or, a proof strike. If it's a business strike, it's worth face unless its a very high grade (67RD or higher). If its a proof, values can range from a dollar or so, to a few hundred. Photos would be needed to give something more exact.
Unless you or a family member bought it at auction from a major numismatic auction house for thousands of dollars.........NO.
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